• The Fable 2010 Close
    • Period/ 2010.01.30(Sat) ~ 2010.04.18(Sun)

    In 2010 the GMoMA newly set a Project Gallery in the lobby. The museum presents The Fable 2010 as the first exhibition at the gallery. Since ancient times animals have been adopted as allegories in fables to commune with humans and have them look back on their life. This exhibition features works selected from the museum’s collections whose key subject matter is the tiger.

  • Oh! Masterpieces: 2009 New acquisitions Close
    • Period/ 2010.01.30(Sat) ~ 2010.04.18(Sun)

    The GMoMA holds Oh! Masterpieces, an exhibition of newly acquired works as the first show of 2010 from January 29 through March 1. The exhibition is a place to display artworks the museum collected in the year 2010 for the general public. It features 58 pieces by 55 artists produced between the 1970s and 2009, including works by Korea’s representative artists SEO Seok, CHO Sungmook, HONG Myungseop, KWAK Duckjun, and LEE Sangnam and the oncoming generation of artists JUNG Yeondoo, YANG Haegue, and BAE Youngwhan. Those works strictly collected by time, genre, and generation through in-depth study and fair procedures may serve as an opportunity to confirm the flow of contemporary Korean art and to share its artistic value.

  • Bad Boys Here and Now Close
    • Period/ 2009.10.17(Sat) ~ 2010.01.03(Sun)

    The Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art presents an annual exhibit of "A Tendency of Contemporary art : Ex n Ex" that introduces artists with a variety of media and genres in Contemporary art under the context of "Experimentation and Expansion. In this year's exhibit entitled "New Political Art in Korea since the 1990s : Bad Boys Here and Now," we intend to take a glimpse of the current location of political art by looking into the way the contemporary art of Our times is engaged and spoken in the Socio-political climate. This exhibition features artists in their 20s to 40s who are working on the experimentations and practices of a new paradigm political art from the 1990s to the present. Passing on the spirit of Minjung Art(People's art) on the one hand, and having embodied the sensibility of Postmodernism and created aesthetic discourses encompassing both the local and the global on the other hand, the artists are writing a new chapter of Korean political art history. We invite you to our exhibit of 'Bad Boys' that features many artists who agreed to participate despite the differences in generations and media.

  • Fashion Ethics-Wear Good Close
    • Period/ 2009.07.23(Thu) ~ 2009.10.04(Sun)

    The Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art presents Fashion Ethics – Wear Good as its cross-genre exhibition which the museum annually presents. It is designed to examine the expansion of art adjacent genres to explore the effects of their synthesis. Following last year’s exhibition, connected with architecture, this year’s show deals with fashion.

  • ceramics-climax Close
    • Period/ 2009.04.24(Fri) ~ 2009.07.05(Sun)

    Gyeonggi MoMA hosts the Contemporary Art Ceramics Exhibition: Ceramics-Climax as this year's Annual Gyeonggi Art project. The contemporary sculpture and ceramics exhibition is significant in that it warrants the originality and creativity of contemporary art ceramics, made out of clay, and that it underscores the post genre aspect of contemporary art.

  • Modern Abstract Art and After: 2009 Selected collection Close
    • Period/ 2009.04.08(Wed) ~ 2009.12.31(Thu)

    Modern Abstract Art and After: 2009 Selected Collection features 27 works of abstract art the GMoMA collected since 2005. Abstract art has great significance for contemporary Korean art history straddling hot abstraction, geometric abstraction, monochrome, minimalism, color-field abstraction, and post-minimal abstraction. The exhibition designed to cast light on the development and present aspects of Korean abstract art serves as an opportunity to review works of abstract art the museum has collected so far and a starting point to complete its more meaningful collection. In addition, this exhibition will provide the general public a chance to appreciate abstract art.